Posts Tagged ‘Protein’
How to get the most out
You can cook vegetables in very different ways, so as to achieve integration into your menu as soup, broth, mashed or lean meats (no fat). Look, in dishes like rice and beans, for example, complements the nutritional value of this legume to cereal.
To make the most, you should soak about four hours in a volume of water 10 times and rinse with cold water before putting them to cook, action must be to simmer for a long time, so as not to harden their skin, but some, such as beans, cooked, peeled (do not combine with vinegar, lemon or tomato oil, as this may cause digestive disorders). Read the rest of this entry »
Beans, peas, lentils, chickpeas and soy are rich in protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, carbohydrates and vitamins, besides being a source of fiber. Among the group are legumes or pulses, which are essential in the daily diet.
Like meat, legumes are a source of large amounts of protein, with the positive difference that they are fat that can be harmful as well, thanks to the fiber content, benefit the digestive system by helping to eliminate toxins. Read the rest of this entry »
Nutrients are chemicals outside the cell needs to perform its vital functions. They can be:
Immediate or early macronutrients (needed in large quantities).
Proteins are primary macronutrient for growth and maintenance of body structure (including muscle). Can not be stored so that must be replenished daily through diet.
Value or biological quality of proteins is the ability of a particular protein provide all the amino acids necessary for human beings. Read the rest of this entry »